Jet Theory

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VIGNESH A M C-08, Madras Cements Colony Ramaswamy Raja Nagar,Virudhunagar Dist,
+91 9884893035 Pin:626204, Tamilnadu.

|Career Objective |

My objective is to learn more and simultaneously apply the learnt skills. To render good service with my good abilities to the best growth of the institution to which I serve and for the welfare of the society.

|Education |

M.TECH (Mechatronics) Institution: VIT University CGPA: 8.25 (upto 2nd semester)

B.E. (Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering) Institution: St.Joseph’s College Of Engineering,Chennai Year of completion: 2011 Aggregate: 69.2%

Higher Secondary School 12th standard Institution: Maharishi Vidya Mandir Higher Sec School Year of completion: 2007 Aggregate: 80.8%

State Board Institution: D A V Public School Year of completion: 2005 Aggregate: 67.2%

|Area of Interest |

• Robotics • Mechatronics System Design • Biomedical Instrumentation


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